Remember discussion boards? Of course you do, they were these places on the internet where people could go and talk about specific topics. It was a way for people with similar interests to communicate over those interests with people all over the world and it seems as if Facebook is looking to bring it . . . → Read More: Old-School Chat Rooms And Discussion Boards Coming To Your Smartphone Thanks To Facebook’s ‘Rooms’ App
Reports say that Apple’s latest batch of iPads are currently in production. They also say that these new iPads could have a new anti-glare display that makes them the ideal choice for reading outside. It looks like these might be dark days for the Kindle.
The report comes from Bloomberg. They say that the new 9.7 inch . . . → Read More: Could The New iPad Line Kill Off The Kindle?
OpenTable is one of the most useful apps ever if you are traveling on business or even if you’re in a pinch on Valentines Day or something like that. You can look up restaurants, reviews, ratings, and even make reservations all right there. On Monday, it just got a lot more convenient. They announced that New . . . → Read More: The Super Convenient OpenTable App Just Got A Lot More Convenient
If Apple is the king of the tablet market then Google is undoubtedly the king of the smartphone market. The tech company’s handle over the smartphone market has reached an all-time high with smartphones running the Android operating system accounting for 84.6% of the global smartphone shipments. This information comes from recent research on the subject . . . → Read More: Android Holds 85% Of Smartphone Market Share, Apple Responds With Large-Screen iPhones
It looks like more companies are starting to catch on to the fact that smartwatches are the most hideous thing ever. HP has decided to do their part to change that and put out something that anyone would be proud to wear on their wrist.
Gilt is a designer retail site, and HP has teamed up with . . . → Read More: HP Is Breaking Into The Luxury Smartwatch Market
There is a video that turned up this week showing off the new display of the iPhone 6. In the video, the screen is taking a beating from a hunting knife and is left without any marks on it. It was scratched and even stabbed, and was still looking fresh as ever.
There have also been lots . . . → Read More: The iPhone 6 Will Have A Screen That Can’t Be Scratched
Being able to print something on a piece of paper is one of the most common things that you will ever have to do if you work at a business or if you are a student. It is one of the oldest forms of sharing and receiving information, probably second only to speech, and chances are . . . → Read More: Printing Wirelessly From Your iPhone Or iPad
Microsoft recently released a preview version of the Outlook Web App (OWA) on Google’s Android operating system, which fulfills a promise that the company made back in March. Outlook Web App for Android is a native app that brings back the in-browser OWA that corporate workers have been using for years on devices that do not . . . → Read More: Android Receives Native Outlook Web App, Does This Effect You?
It has been confirmed that HP will be dropping Beats Audio from their line of PCs by the end of 2015.
HP currently uses technology from Beats Electronics in up to 20% of their current line of consumer PCs, and even a lot of their high end tablets. Now, one of HP’s biggest rivals, Apple, owns the . . . → Read More: HP Loses Beats Audio. What Now?
Thursday is going to be a pretty crazy day that shows just how far texting has come. In select locations, you’ll actually be able to text 911 instead of calling in.
It sounds ridiculous when you first think about it, but it is actually a really good idea. For people who are deaf, have a speech disability, . . . → Read More: You Will Be Able To Text 911 This Week